The second Podcast is released! Please subscribe through iTunes and it will download a new podcast every time we post a new show.
On This Show:
- Twila Ehmcke who is forming The San Francisco Bay Opera Company
- Robert J. Bradshaw, composer of “.Gabriel”
- Misha Penton of Divergence Vocal Theater on the premier of “Klytemnestra” composed by Dominick DiOrio
- Hannah Lash, composer of “Blood Rose” which will be featured at VOX 2011
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4 thoughts on “Second Podcast – Twila Ehmcke, Robert J. Bradshaw, Misha Penton”
Thank you, Peter (and Noah!) for including “.Gabriel” in your Podcast. And congratulations to everyone for all of their wonderful projects!!!
Bravo, Peter and Noah! What great work you are doing here. Keep it up!
Hi Peter and Noah- I enjoyed your second podcast! It made me late for work. Two artist discussing these contemporary works is so much more refreshing than all the historical relevance and comparative discussion you read in many reviews. Does it work as as artistic endeavor and why? I love that question simple ! I also love to hear the clips before (more clips please). When you hear the composer speaking about their intent it hooks you into to wanting more. Hannah Lash’s personal focus on what it means to be a beast. You guys have a great rapport! Suzanne
Bravissimo, Peter and Noah! I have been following your podcasts and they are fascinating! Can you send me a contact for the composer on your last broadcast (the one who wrote the piece for the Soprano and Mezzo and that you saw in Brooklyn in a very wonderful accoustic space)? What GORGEOUS music and I would like to be in touch about mounting a project for SFBOC. If this composer reads your comments section, maybe we can connect this way.